Planned water disruptions to affect several areas in Klang Valley in late March, early April

PETALING JAYA: Residents and business proprietors in the Petaling, Klang and Shah Alam districts will be affected by a planned water supply disruption that is set to take place for two days starting March 30.

The disruption - to occur from 9am to 9pm daily - will affect five areas in Petaling, 14 in Klang and 11 in Shah Alam.

Pengurusan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Air Selangor) said this was to facilitate removal and replacement work for an old pipe in Persiaran Selangor Section 15 in Shah Alam.

"Supply is expected to resume fully on April 1 at 9am," it said in a statement on its Facebook page Wednesday (March 24).

The concessionaire also said there would be a planned supply disruption in 12 areas in Gombak and 46 areas in Kuala Lumpur starting April 6.

The disruption, which is expected to last 68 hours, will be from 9am to 9pm daily, and is to facilitate the replacement of raw water valves from the Klang Gates dam.

"This will cause a temporary stoppage of the Bukit Nanas and Wangsa Maju water treatment plants.

"Supply is expected to resume fully on April 9 at 5am," said Air Selangor.

Separately, Air Selangor said it was planning to conduct maintenance of its main assets at a few of its treatment plants.

The affected plants are Air Cheras Batu 11 on June 15, Sungai Langat on July 6 and Sungai Selangor Phase 1 on Oct 5.

"However, these scheduled works are subject to approval from the National Water Services Commission (SPAN).

"Air Selangor will provide updated information on the areas involved and the supply resumption times after we obtain approval from SPAN," it said.

The concessionaire reminded the public to store water during these periods.

The full statement and list of affected areas can be seen here or for more details, please visit or the Air Selangor app.

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